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A protestor speaks to the Duluth City Council a the end of Monday's meeting.

Protesters, Concerned About Riot Gear, Interrupt Duluth Council Meeting


Two More Virginia Residents Treated for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Protestors March Against Enbridge Line 3 Project

Two Men Rescued After Falling Through Ice on the Range

Duluth Asks for Feedback on Superior Street Lighting

Walker to Sign Bill Lifting Mining Moratorium

Cliffs Acquires Private Mineral Leases at Former Essar Site

Trees of Hope: MN Adult & Teen Challenge

This holiday season, WDIO-TV and HOM Furniture are shining a light on organizations helping others in our community. Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge is our charity of the week. Their mission is to assist teens and adults in gaining freedom from chemical addictions and other life-controlling problems by addressing their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
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Official: Device Explodes on NYC Subway Platform

Bentleyville Benefits Winter Tourism Economy in Duluth

Survey Finds Medications Accumulating in Minnesota Lakes

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Governor Walker to Sign Bill Lifting Mining Moratorium
Parents Warned About Potential Dangerous Toys
Live Nativity Scene held in Duluth
Arrowhead Ice Fishing Show Draws Thousands
2nd Annual Ho Ho Hustle Craft Show Returns to Duluth
Minnesota School Official Suspended for Handcuffing Student
Minnesota, Fond du Lac Tribe Formalize Rights to Hunt, Fish
World Champion Martial Artist Uses Bullying Experience to Help Others
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After NYC Subway Bombing, Trump Slams 'Chain Migration'

Southern California Fires Causing Unhealthy Air

Transgender People Can Enlist in Military Jan 1

Green Cash, Carbon Tax: What to Expect at Paris Climate Meet

3 State Attorneys Favor Walling Off Great Lakes to Stop Carp


Charges: Minnesota Suspect Fired Fatal Shot During Robbery

Head-on Crash Kills 3 in SW Minnesota, Including 1-year-old

Suspect Arrested in ND after Fatal Minnesota Shooting

Survey Finds Medications Accumulating in Minnesota Lakes

Governor Walker to Sign Bill Lifting Mining Moratorium

No Bond Set for Teen Charged with Holiday Event Shooting

U of M Researchers Create Alzheimer's Detection Device

Cliffs Acquires Private Mineral Leases at Former Essar Site

Duties Announced on Certain Steel Imports

US Officials Drop Mining Cleanup Rule after Industry Objects

Carlton Stays Perfect at Home, Mesabi East Earns Third Straight Win

Murphy's Double-Double Helps Gophers Hold Off Drake

Perunovich Selected as NCHC Defenseman of the Week

UMD'S Healey and Bell Selected Canada’s National Women’s Development Team

Wisconsin Bill Would Create State-Certified Beer Label


Glensheen Providing Fun Holiday Activities

Board in Michigan Recommends $40.3M for Land Buys, Recreation Projects

'Have a Heart' Raises Nearly $7,000 for Second Harvest

Minnesota State Patrol Donates $500 to Second Harvest

Animal Allies: P.K.

Oscar Mayer Equipment from Wisconsin Facility Up for Sale

The Nutcracker Coming to the Symphony Hall Stage This Weekend


New K-9 Officer Joins St. Louis County Sheriff's Office

'Have a Heart' Raises Nearly $7,000 for Second Harvest

Trees of Hope: Mn Adult and Teen Challenge

Holiday Shopping Event at Steve O'Neil Apartments

Students Suing Minnesota High School Over Free Speech Rights

Truck Falls Through Ice on Lake Vermilion

Minnesota Researchers Create Alzheimer's Detection Device
In the Age of Amazon, Walmart is Changing its Legal Name
Batali Steps Down After Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Regulators Ask Enbridge to Tweak Pipeline Environment Review

Minnesota's utility regulators have rejected a state environmental review of Enbridge's controversial oil pipeline across northern Minnesota.


Pawlenty Eyed as Potential GOP Senate Candidate

Minnesota Republicans are reaching out to former Gov. Tim Pawlenty about running in a race to replace Sen. Al Franken.


Franken to Resign from Senate

The announcement came on the U.S. Senate floor Thursday morning, a day after more than half of Franken's Democratic colleagues in the chamber called for him to resign.


St. Louis County Board Presents 2018 Budget

When crafting the budget deals, the main focus areas included improving economic development and creating support for those facing substance abuse and mental health.


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Trump Robocall Urges Support for Roy Moore

Trump Says His Agenda 'Cannot Afford' Moore Loss

Walker Outlaws Soliciting Sexual Photos of Children

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Tests Show No Spread of Chronic Wasting Disease in Minnesota

2 Ruffed Grouse Test Positive for West Nile Virus in Iron County, Mich.

Major Changes Coming for Minnesota Northern Pike Rules

Federal Official Visits UWS to Hear About Microplastics Research

Wisconsin DNR Sold 10 Hunting Licenses to Infants

Wis. Hunters Take Slightly Fewer Deer During 9-Day Season

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